In the wake of COVID-19, the waste and recycling industry’s agility as an essential service was evident. It’s this agility that will stand the industry in good stead in 2021, writes Rose Read, NWRIC CEO.
One of the fastest ways to grow manufacturing jobs in Australia is to ban organics to landfill, writes MRA Consulting Group’s Mike Ritchie and Cara Watters.
Shifting our understanding of charitable donations from recycling to reuse will help educate consumers on the fundamental tenets of circularity, writes Omer Soker, Charitable Recycling Australia CEO.
The AORA Board sees COVID-19 as an opportunity to collaborate and reposition, writes National Executive officer Peter Olah.
Despite the challenges of 2020, Australia has continued to deliver impressive gains on its journey to delivering the 2025 National Packaging Targets, writes APCO CEO Brooke Donnelly.
When it comes to effective waste management, manufacturers can look to implement process technology that delivers high yield at low operating costs, writes Shreeharsha Aithal, Rockwell Automation Commercial Manager, Solutions & Services.
A container deposit scheme that follows best practice leads to better performance and innovation and should be top of mind for Victorian and Tasmanian Governments as they develop their state-based schemes, writes Rose Read, NWRIC CEO.
The Victorian Waste Management Association is asking State and Local Government to extend hours of domestic collection due to changing waste volumes during stay at home orders across the region, writes Executive Officer Alex Serpo.
With export bans looming and growing demand for renewable baseload power, it’s time for national agreement between states and territories on the role of EfW, writes NWRIC CEO Rose Read.
AORA is undertaking original research to identify the infrastructure required to underpin growth in the organics recycling sector, writes National Executive Officer Peter Olah.